reply to post by Anti-Evil
.....Detective Bill Wammock is the first to arrive on the scene. He recalls “nothing that resembled an airliner... we went on for hours, before
we heard the news reports of a missing airliner, believing that we were dealing with a small airplane full of newspapers that had crashed. We saw
no pieces of the aircraft that were larger than, maybe, a human hand. It did not look like a passenger aircraft.”
So, do you think that was a description of one of the airplanes from September 11, 2001???
NO!!! December 7, 1987. In California, near San Luis Obispo. A Pacific Southwest Airlines passenger jet...a FOUR-ENGINE jet, smaller than a Boeing
757, yes...but it crashed at high speed, nearly straigh down, and left the kind of debris field seen at Shanksville, PA. Minimal fires, also. JUST
Instead of imagining incredible things that don't exist, like holographic projectors (that...why in the WORLD would they need to holographically
project a PLANE CRASH in a field in Pennsylvania??? Makes Zero sense...)
Instead of imaging these outlandish "theories", research into actual plane crashes that show some of the same results as United 93.
And then ponder over the fact that Human remains were found. And the Cockpit voice Recorder. And the Flight Data Recorder. And engine parts.
Fuselage parts. LOTS of pieces of something
....sorta like what would happen in the tremendous amount of energy released when the airplane hit
the ground at nearly 400 knots.
Know what a G-force is?
Look into auto accidents, just to start your education.
The g force will vary, depending on the rapidity of the stop. That's why highways have crushable barriers, the car has airbags, etc.
BUT, if you were in a car at, say, about 35 MPH and hit a brick wall? Well over 50 gs...maybe 75.
I just saw the Mythbusters
dropping their dummy Buster into water, from about 180 feet up. Hits the water at about 60 MPH...guess how many
gs??? Over 200!
So try to figure out the forces involved in the United 93 crash into the ground...OK?